Hotel Review: Anaheim Marriott

I recently stayed at the Anaheim Marriott during a short work-trip and today I'd like to share my experience with you. On previous visits to the area, I've stayed on-site at the Disneyland Resort or in Los Angeles; so I was excited for a new experience. Built in 1981, the Anaheim Marriott is a large […]

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Destination Guide: Beverly Hills, California

Last year, I enjoyed a couple of days exploring the iconic city of Beverly Hills - recognised as the home and playground for the rich, the famous, and those who just want to be seen. Being in my early twenties, I was a little apprehensive of visiting the area alone - but there was no […]

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How to save on food and drink at the airport

Depending on your travel routine, the chances are you’ll most likely want to grab a coffee and a little something to eat before you fly; which can often take quite a chunk out of your wallet… not really ideal when your holiday is only just beginning. I’ve always noticed a premium price on food and drink […]

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Review: Star Alliance Business + First Class Lounge at LAX

I was fortunate enough to visit the Star Alliance Lounge within the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX. The $1.9 billion terminal opened in September 2013; and features a plethora of new and exciting retail and dining options; including an Umami Burger and the first Starbucks Evenings airport location on the West Coast. TBIT is […]

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ICYMI: JSB on Disney: Why solo trips are a lot of fun

I’m often asked if I mind ending up going to Disney alone, but the truth is I don’t. Roaming the parks solo can actually be quite a fun experience and is often how I’ve ended up meeting people whom I now call my best friends. Here are a few reasons why going to a Disney park on […]

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Why hotels should embrace technology

Technology and hotels are the perfect match.  You could say they aretwo things which work well in trying to accomplish the following things: a – Enhancing the guest experience b – Increasing productivity and efficiency. From the simple functionality of a smartphone app where guests are ablue to view resort information, to the clever way of “chatting with […]

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My thoughts on self-service check-in

The past few years has seen many airlines introduce self-serve check in kiosks (SSK’s) at the airport, which allows passengers to check-in, print off their boarding pass and tag their own bags before dropping it off at the bag drop desk. Well, those clunky kiosks with an outdated front-end system are on the verge of being sent to […]

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Hotel Review: Anaheim Marriott

I recently stayed at the Anaheim Marriott during a short work-trip and today I'd like to share my experience with you. On previous visits to the area, I've stayed on-site at the Disneyland Resort or in Los Angeles; so I was excited for a new experience. Built in 1981, the Anaheim Marriott is a large […]

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Snowdogs By The Sea arrive in Brighton

This weekend saw the launch of an incredibly cute public sculpture trail in the city of Brighton and Hove; all to raise money for a local charity. Inspired by the animated film “The Snowman™ and The Snowdog“; 44 giant Snowdog sculptures have been scattered across the city as part of the exhibition – raising money for The Martlets […]

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Paid-For Airport Lounges: Are They Worth It?

Whenever I’m travelling through an airport, I’ve only really spent the majority of my time in the departures area seeing as I personally never saw the need to pay some money to enjoy the facilities of an airport lounge. Over the past few years there have been occasions where I decided to shell out the £30 […]

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